Second half of a lecture by Helen Adam, with this half focusing on English ballads, including "A Letter of Advice" and "Reputing Drive." (Continued from 79p025.) Topics: New American Poetry, performance poetry
Morning songs-- March 2004-- Spiritual and political music created through structured improvisation. The sun rises and our cells awaken. Levity! Sunrise! Every cell, vibrating with purpose. We feel it in our balls, hold it in our belly, cradle it in our heart. Then, we are dancing. Homepage: http://fly.to/jpmercury Created using FreeWheeling: http://freewheeling.sourceforge.net ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Fusion, performance poetry, Free Jazz
byGinsberg, Allen; Hawkins, Bobbie Louise; Hollo, Anselm; Waldman, Anne
A reading at the Boulder Theater with Allen Ginsberg and Anne Waldman, with introductions by Bobbie Louise Hawkins and Anselm Hollo. Included in this reading are Ginsberg's "After the Big Parade" and the first reading of "Fall of America." Waldman, Steven Taylor and Elliot Greenspan perform works from Iovis. (Continued from 91p070.) ( 1 reviews ) Topics: New American Poetry, beat movement, performance poetry
A reading at the Boulder Theater by Clark Coolidge and Robert Creeley with introductions by Bobbie Louise Hawkins and Anselm Hollo. The readings include Coolidge's "City in Regard" and Creeley's "So There," "O Max," "Life," "Helsinki Window," "The Seasons" and "Body." (Continues on 91p071.) ( 1 reviews ) Topics: New American Poetry, beat movement, performance poetry
First half of a lecture by Helen Adam on topics including repetition, Percy Shelley, W.H. Auden, Rudyard Kipling, poets as music makers, and ballads. Readings include "The Looking Glass" and "A Smuggler's Song." A question and answer period follows the lecture. (Continues on 79p026.) Topics: New American Poetry, music and literature, performance poetry
Starfire is an album of love poems that I wrote and performed, each with different musicians who offer their music via Creative Commons licensing. I hope you enjoy these poems, and the readings. The recordings of these poems do not use any echo or reverb effects. Instead I layer actual separate readings, and overlay them. One reading is brought forward, given prominence, otherwise there would be aural cacophony, and the other readings are given less prominence. Each poem or track is layered... Topics: love poetry, performance poetry, poetry and music, poetry, experimental
A reading by Jim Carroll, includes musical perfomances with accompaniment by Steven Taylor, of the Fugs, at the Boulder Museum of Contempary Art (BMoCA). The performance includes Carroll's "Facts," "8 Fragments for Kurt Cobain," "Train Surfing" and "People Who Died." ( 2 reviews ) Topics: New American Poetry, political poetry, music and literature, performance poetry
A reading by Allen Ginsberg performing William Blake's Songs of Innocence and Songs of Experience. Songs of Innocence includes: "The Shepherd," "The Echoing Green," "The Lamb," "The Little Black Boy," "The Blossom," "The Chimney Sweeper," "The Little Boy Lost," "The Little Boy Found," "Laughing Song," and "Holy Thursday." Songs of Experience includes: "Nurse's Song," "The Sick... ( 4 reviews ) Topics: New American Poetry, beat movement, visionary poetry, performance poetry
Second half of a reading with Helen Adam and Robert Duncan, with an introduction by Allen Ginsberg. Most of the readings are by Robert Duncan, of his own work. (Continued from A013A). Topics: New American Poetry, West Coast poetry, beat movement, music and literature, performance poetry,...
byGinsberg, Allen; Hawkins, Bobbie Louise; Taylor, Steven; Waldman, Anne
A performance by Allen Ginsberg, Anne Waldman, Bobbie Louise Hawkins, and Steven Taylor. The recording includes: Ginsberg accompanied by Taylor performing "1948: A Western Ballad," Hawkins's "Middle-Aged Woman Stardust Rap," and Waldman accompanied by Taylor performing "Contra Chant." Also included is an untitled song performed by Taylor. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: New American Poetry, Beat Movement, political poetry, Buddhism, performance poetry, Naropa...
Sound Poets Nico Vassilakis, Jason Conger, Ezra Mark, Cristin Miller, Four Hoarse Men (Greg Bem, Jason Conger, Paul Nelson, Jeanine Walker), Crag Hill, Joe Milutis, Molly Mac Fedyk, Interrupture (Doug Nufer, Bryant Mason, Curtis Bonney, Kreg Hasegawa). With saxophone interlude by Wilson Shook. Hosted and curated by Nico Vassilakis. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Raoul Hausmann, F. T. Marinetti, Eugen Gomringer, David Baptiste Chirot, Four Horsemen, sound...